march 2014 flower gift club selection: new jungle love
Clubs of America | Apr 19, 2014
What could be more exotic than finding love in a steamy jungle? We can’t physically take you there, but we CAN offer you our newest tropical bouquet, the New Jungle Love Collection!
THE NEW JUNGLE LOVE COLLECTION . . . The name reflects the fact that every floral and foliage element used to assemble this collection came from the wilds, jungles and rain forests found around the world.
We have included assorted colors of Anthurium (anthurium andrianum) which originated in Jamaica, and was developed and hybridized by the Japanese immigrants in Hawaii.
The collection includes the Pincushion Protea (Leucospermum cordifolium) which is native to South Africa, but is grown commercially in California and Hawaii, as well as Zimbabwe, Australia and New Zealand.
The central piece of foliage is a stem of Tricolor Dracena (Dracena marginata tricolor), which is native to the wilds of Madagascar and the Solomon Islands. Additionally, you will find two stems of Dracena Fragans (commonly called the Corn Plant), which grows wild throughout tropical Africa, and is grown commercially in the U.S. in Florida, Hawaii and California. (This particular plant is one of the most popular indoor plants in the U.S.)
The remaining three pieces of greenery are members of the Cordyline family, also called Ti Leaves. Cordyline is native to the western Pacific Ocean region, from Australia through Hawaii. We hope you enjoy this Jungle Love Collection!
SPECIAL CARE & HANDLING OF YOUR JUNGLE LOVE COLLECTION BOUQUET